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San Leandro Creek Toxic Algae Update

April 17, 2015 

City staff received notification Thursday evening from East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) staff regarding positive sampling results for toxins (from blue green algae) taken earlier in the day at a location below Lake Chabot dam. EBRPD staff have suggested that any park along San Leandro Creek put up signs warning the public and their pets to avoid water contact. Signs have been placed at Chabot Park and Root Park. (Click on "more" tab below for additional information.)


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Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony

April 16, 2015 

Please join the City of San Leandro on Friday April 24th to celebrate Arbor Day with a Tree Planting Ceremony at Halcyon Park, located at 147th Avenue.


Governor Announces Mandatory Water Use Reductions

April 10, 2015 

Following the lowest snowpack ever recorded and with the State facing a severe drought, on April 1st, Governor Brown directed the State Water Resources Control Board to require water suppliers to implement mandatory water reductions to reduce statewide water usage by 25 percent. This action is designed to better protect the state’s limited water supply, prevent wasteful water use, streamline the state's response and invest in new drought resilient technologies. The City’s water supplier is the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD), who will soon be issuing more detailed guidelines regarding local implementation of these requirements. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

For additional information about the drought or tips for how community residents may assist in reducing water usage, please visit the East Bay Municipal Utility District’s Drought Update web page.


Notice of Proposed Change in Street Sweeping Schedule

April 3, 2015 

In order to improve on our street sweeping practices, the City of San Leandro is proposing to change certain sweeping areas, effective May 1, 2015. Please refer to the City of San Leandro Street Sweeping webpage for additional details and a map of the affected areas. This is being proposed as a 6-month pilot project, at which time the effectiveness of the modification will be assessed and a determination will be made whether to make it permanent. Please note that this change will not conflict with your garbage pick-up day.


Mayor Cutter Delivers State of the City Address

March 31, 2015 

On Monday March 30th, Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter delivered her State of the City Address at the San Leandro Senior Community Center.

As part of the event, which was co-sponsored by the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Cutter provided an update on the acceleration of San Leandro’s innovation climate as well as other exciting local developments.

Other key topics and themes included:

  • Major new investments in infrastructure and public safety made possible by Measure HH
  • Various initiatives to improve San Leandro’s quality of life, including the upcoming Cherry Festival on June 6th, as well as other efforts to enhance art and culture
  • Transforming San Leandro’s industrial area into a center for innovation in the Bay Area
  • The City’s ongoing efforts to attract and retain new business investment

For additional information, please see:

The transcript of the State of the City Address

The State of the City slideshow


Citywide Garage Sale & Recycling Event

March 16, 2015 

Mark your calendars for San Leandro’s annual Neighborhood Cleanup Day on Saturday, May 16! Host a Garage Sale at your house in the morning. The City will advertise participating households in the San Leandro Times (registration by May 7, 2015 is required). Later, drop-off items to be recycled at a local facility. Visit the Solid Waste & Recycling homepage for additional information.

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Spring Activities Guide is Here!

January 21, 2015 

The San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Department has launched its 2015 Spring Activities Guide! Summer Sneak Peek, Chabot Day Camp, Summer Adventures, Special Events, Classes, Aquatics, Senior Trips... the list goes on and on! There is something for everybody from tots to seniors and individuals to families in the San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Spring Activities Guide! Don't miss out on an opportunity to learn something new, meet new friends, get in shape and get involved in our community!

For information on our current course offerings, please visit the San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Online Registration System or visit the Recreation and Human Services Department homepage.

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Additional News
Monday April 20, 2015
All Day EventTrajes Regionales de Mexico - Main Library

Regional Costumes of Mexico

February 13 - May 16

On display during regular library hours.

An exhibit of breathtaking costumes from the collection of Oakland based Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno. The exhibition explores the central role of regional dress–from the glamorous to the very subtle–in Mexican folk-dance, music and costuming, bringing together iconic costumes from the regions of Mexico.

7:00 PMCity Council Meeting

City Council Meetings occur on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. To view the agenda for tonight's meeting, please click here.


Tuesday April 21, 2015
All Day EventTrajes Regionales de Mexico - Main Library

Regional Costumes of Mexico

February 13 - May 16

On display during regular library hours.

An exhibit of breathtaking costumes from the collection of Oakland based Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno. The exhibition explores the central role of regional dress–from the glamorous to the very subtle–in Mexican folk-dance, music and costuming, bringing together iconic costumes from the regions of Mexico.

3:30 PMRecycled Crafts Workshop (Main Library)

Celebrate Earth Day by turning trash into treasure at this recycled crafts workshop! No registration needed. Best for ages 5 and up.

5:00 PMCity Council Finance Committee

The City Council Finance Committee will occur on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. To view the agenda for tonight's meeting, please click here.


Wednesday April 22, 2015
All Day EventTrajes Regionales de Mexico - Main Library

Regional Costumes of Mexico

February 13 - May 16

On display during regular library hours.

An exhibit of breathtaking costumes from the collection of Oakland based Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno. The exhibition explores the central role of regional dress–from the glamorous to the very subtle–in Mexican folk-dance, music and costuming, bringing together iconic costumes from the regions of Mexico.

9:30 AMBabies N' Toddlers Storytime (Main Library)
BABIES N' TODDLERS STORYTIME
Designed for babies and toddlers up to age 3, this storytime is for the child and caregiver to participate together. We will sing songs, do fingerplays and many movement activities, and hear lots of short picture books! No registration required, but due to room capacity we will stop seating when we reach our seating capacity. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am for your convenience, so please choose just one to attend.
10:30 AMBabies N' Toddlers Storytime (Main Library)
BABIES N' TODDLERS STORYTIME
Designed for babies and toddlers up to age 3, this storytime is for the child and caregiver to participate together. We will sing songs, do fingerplays and many movement activities, and hear lots of short picture books! No registration required, but due to room capacity we will stop seating when we reach our seating capacity. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am for your convenience, so please choose just one to attend.
1:30 PMPreschool Storytime (Main Library)
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME
Designed for children ages 3-8 (siblings welcome too), our preschool storytimes feature the best in children's books, songs, and arts and crafts activities. Each week we offer a different theme. This drop-in program is for children and a caregiver, to help children get ready for kindergarten, get the reading habit, and to have fun!
2:30 PMDub Club
Join us each Wednesday after school at the Main Library for snacks, gaming, and more. It's also a great place to do homework! For students in grades 5-8. For information please call the Children's Desk at 510-577-3960.
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